JPEG-1 standard 25 years: past, present, and future reasons for a success

@article{Hudson2018JPEG1S2,
  title={JPEG-1 standard 25 years: past, present, and future reasons for a success},
  author={G. Hudson and A. L{\'e}ger and Birger Niss and Istvan Sebesty{\'e}n and J{\o}rgen Vaaben},
  journal={Journal of Electronic Imaging},
  year={2018},
  volume={27}
}
Abstract. Digital image capture, processing, storage, transmission, and display are now taken for granted as part of the technology of modern everyday life. Digital image compression is one of the enabling technologies of the present multimedia world. The image compression technique used for application as diverse as photography, web pages, medical imaging, and public records is JPEG, named after the ISO/CCITT “joint photographic experts group,” established in 1986, which developed the… 
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